Fairy Tales for Adults

Have you ever met a person who doesn’t enjoy reading or listening to fairy tales? These kind, funny and comforting stories are familiar to everyone since his or her earliest childhood. Each little boy used to imagine himself being a courageous knight and each little girl dreamed of becoming a princess. When you start recollecting your favorite fairy tales you return to your childhood when the colors were brighter and the food was tastier.

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Rose: the Best Healer of All Time

There are a lot of epithets and metaphors in a human language describing the beauty of rose. People call rose unbelievable, beautiful and fragrant. Rose is possessing a title of the flower queen. And the rose in its turn gives us its nice scent and its unrivaled beauty. Originally rose has been cultivated in the Middle East and it has mesmerized all the other nations with its beauty. Many people all over the world name rose without doubting when they are asked what their favorite flowers.

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Kids Adoption: Quantity Matters

Unfortunately, this world is full of unfairness, and the worst one is probably that of the neglected kids. Life in the asylum is unenviable, but poor kids just can’t help it. Many of them are doomed on living there till their coming of age, and their further life is a Russian roulette. Being adopted is the only thing these kids dream of, but this luck will come only to the elected few. Fortunately, sometimes you can meet people whose kindness doesn’t make difference between adopted kids and their own ones.

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What to Do if Your Workmate is Anorexic

Anorexia can affect anyone no matter of age, social level or sex. It is known to be a serious mental disorder, not a whim as some may suppose it to be. Anorexia sufferers are usually extremely sensitive and exposed to a consequential traumatizing by misunderstanding, neglecting and a hostile atmosphere at work. Being valetudinarian due to their mental state, they are often easily offended by workmates, though the last ones didn’t have any intentions to do that. So you’re working together with a person who puts all his or her strength to beat anorexia. What is the correct behavior in this complicated situation?

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